: Seniors at Pleasant Hill High School ask Governor Reagan questions about political issues in California in 1974. Each videotape represents a different program taped at the same location on the same day, identified on the slate as programs 22A and 22B. These are part of a televised series of question-and-answer sessions with high school students conducted by Ronald Reagan as governor of California, relating to California state political issues. Produced by JRH and Associates, Inc. Before each program, a public service announcement on motorcycle safety from the Office of Traffic Safety, State of California, features Los Angeles Rams quarterback John Hadl holding a motorcycle helmet and urging students to wear a helmet all the time when they ride.Additional content notes
: PART 1: Slate, pgm 22A (00:45), John Hadl motorcycle safety public service announcement (00:54), opening title sequence (01:18), Reagan introduces the program (01:39), first question (02:00), closing credit sequence (28:17). PART 2: Slate, pgm 22B (01:29), John Hadl motorcycle safety public service announcement (01:46), opening title sequence (02:12), Reagan introduces the program (02:30), first question (02:46), closing credit sequence (29:08).Source
: 2 Tapes of 2: 2 inch videotape: QuadCollection
: The Governor and the Students Videotape Series, 1973-1974Call Number
: 84078 Tape 46; 84078 Tape 47Rights
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